Overview - Roosevelt Hotel, Midtown - New York
Walking into the Roosevelt Hotel is like going back in time to the splendor of old New York City in the 1920’s. The landmark hotel is named after Theodore Roosevelt, the 26th president of the United States. Since its opening in 1924, it has stood as a reminder of the glitz and glamour of the Roaring Twenties.
The hotel, with its Colonial American architecture and French marble and limestone façade, is an iconic fixture along the city streets. The interior is teeming with neo-classical décor, lavish accommodations, exquisite cuisine and copious space to relax. While guests are granted rare access into life during the glamorous time period, they are also tended to with exceptional service and provided with modern conveniences that enable them to make the most of their stay in the Big Apple.
Known as the “Grand Dame of Madison Avenue,” the hotel spans one full block along Madison Avenue and intersects with 45th Street in midtown Manhattan. The Roosevelt Hotel, which has hosted jazz greats, presidents, celebrities and corporate high-rollers, is the perfect place to experience the classic charm and elegance of the city. Centrally located, the hotel is within easy walking distance of the subway system, the city’s landmark attractions, top restaurants and shopping districts.